Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 2008
Couriering the area this week in 2008 — Emily Anzivino was crowned homecoming queen at West Forsyth. Anthony James, Jr. was named homecoming king.
Clemmons resident, Abigail Howe, appeared in the Lexington Youth Theatre production of A Christmas Carol. Abigail was a senior at the Davidson Early College High School.
Obama was the big winner in the mock election at Marvin Ward Elementary School while McCain won big at Lewisville Elementary School.
Students from Clemmons Elementary School were deputized as young firefighters by the Clemmons Fire Department. The first grade students included Lauren Barnes, Braden Henry, Hanna Brunsman, Kelli Eggleton, Tayler Runge, Aiden Tate, Cameron Spaugh, Kyle Barton, Cheyenne Palafox, Andrew Sweat, Emma Queen, Sage Barbee, Grace Nieters, Jay Mitchell, Phoebe Burris, Averie King, Natalie Brewer, Payton Moore and Darius Pelletier.
The Southwest Forsyth Little League held its annual meeting at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Clemmons. The purpose of the meeting was to elect the board of directors for the upcoming 2008-09 baseball/softball season.
The Forsyth County Broncos Junior Pee Wees Blue and Pee Wees each advanced to the Northwest Midget Football League championships with playoff wins.
Advance resident Nancy Clark was the winner of the football contest missing only three games. Will Partin came in second with missing four and used the tie-breaker to take the second place spot.
Tanglewood was gearing up for the Festival of Lights to begin on Nov. 15. This marked the 17th year of this event.
Robin Lowder, of Robin’s Recipes, featured sweet potato cakes, sweet potato and pineapple casserole and sweet potato balls.
Lewisville native, Sarah Keener Page, was promoted by BB&T to assistant vice president. She joined the bank in 2002.
Robert Golias and Evan Michael Church were selected as the Courier’s “West Forsyth High School’s Students of the Month.”
Air Force Airman Matthew S. Heide graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Kevin W. Raymond graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserved Officer Training Corps) Leader Development and Assessment Course, also known as “Operation Warrior Forge,” at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Washington.